Wanted ST90 parts

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  1. Renosteve

    Renosteve New Member

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    Hello, I am embarking on my st90 project and I was hoping someone here can help me out. I have had little luck with ebay so far.
    I need an air filter housing and cover, A front fender, sprocket cover and blinkers. Also looking for any parts that you may have as im sure i will need more down the road!
     
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  3. b52bombardier1

    b52bombardier1 Well-Known Member

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    I might have a rusty front fender. Let me check.

    Rick
     
  4. Renosteve

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    Hey that would be awesome. Better than no fender!
     
  5. DAX-IT!!!

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    Hi
    It would help if you ask for parts that you state which model ST90 you have - K0, K1 or K2. Most parts are the same but their are differences in some things - switchgear being one example.

    You will struggle for front indicators but, (as long as you live in the USA) when I last looked, http://vintagehondaminitrails.com had some front indicator parts. Depends what you wanna pay but, indicators are one of the first things to get damaged so they tend to hold a good price even secondhand.

    Also, you will need part numbers to get the correct part for your bike - this site has all the part numbers for all models:-
    https://www.cmsnl.com/honda-st90_model296/

    Hope that helps.
     
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  6. b52bombardier1

    b52bombardier1 Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    No front fender here. I do have a rusty rear fender with a tool kit canister with shredded rear turn signal mounts. Also, a handlebar and an exhaust assembly.

    Rick
     
  7. Renosteve

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    Hey thanks that does help. My bike is a 73' so i guess that makes it a K4. Im still learning about all the differences. Is there a site that specifies the specific differences between st90's?
     
  8. Renosteve

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    Thanks, but dont think i can use any of those parts unfortunately.
     
  9. DAX-IT!!!

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    Hi
    If your bike is a 1973, its a K0. I dont know to any site that tells you the differences between models so that is why it is important to know the year and model of your bike so you can get the correct part for the correct bike. There were only 3 models of the ST90 and they were the 1973 model which was the K0, (usually red or green in colour) the 1974 model which was the K1, (usually yellow in colour (the one that I own) and the last model, the 1975 model which was the K2, (usually Topaz metallic copper in colour.)

    You need to make a note of the frame number stamped into the front of the frame (where the triple tree is located) and also the engine number stamped into the lefthand bottom half of the engine casing near to the sprocket cover - this will also help you get the correct part for your engine (you never know if the engine has been swapped for another in its past). Check to see if the numbers are the same as what is printed on your logbook (i suppose that would be your pink slip in USA terms).

    Hope that helps :)
     
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  10. Renosteve

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    Ok, I will take a look. Extremely helpful thank you!!!
     
  11. Gary

    Gary Well-Known Member

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    Back in the late 80's American Honda produced a book called the Honda Motorcycle Identification Guide. It tells you the differences from year to year and serial number info on all their bikes sold here. I do not have access to mine at this time maybe someone here has a copy? Just looked it up on google- there is one on Amazon for sale,it is almost the same as the list price in 1969 of a Z50 :eek:
     
  12. DAX-IT!!!

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    I didnt know that - that's useful to know :)
     

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